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Jan 29, 2014

IIS URL Rewrite has five different types of actions. They are: Rewrite , Redirect , Custom Response , Abort Request , and None . And if you have ARR (Application Request Routing) installed, then at the server level you’ll also...

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Jan 27, 2014

Well…this isn’t really about any test, but keeping the massive range of services and features Azure offers in one’s head could be challenging even for seasoned experts. Luckily, Cory Fowler, one of Azure’s best evangelists has...

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Jan 23, 2014

For anyone who owns a website, a top-priority is usually driving traffic up. Whether it’s a content-based site like a blog or forum, or a sales-driven site like an online store, we all want as many people as possible to visit...

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Jan 15, 2014

Windows Azure has been growing and improving at a very rapid pace, and looks like our efforts are starting to get recognized and appreciated. The most recent sign of this is being classified as “leader” by Gartner in their Q1...

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Jan 10, 2014

  I recently worked with a customer who was looking at using IIS Smooth Streaming as their Content Distribution mechanism. They also wanted to use ARR Disk Caching to cache the content on the ARR Tier to prevent round trips...

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Jan 09, 2014

If you go into a Japanese bookstore, and browse the tech section, you might run into this title – WordPress on Windows Azure: Who is this lovely lady, you might ask yourself…well, meet Claudia Madobe , the cloud girl (her last...

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Jan 07, 2014

Have you ever noticed that some existing content is not serving from your Azure Web Site and returns the following message “The resource you are looking for has been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable...

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Jan 06, 2014

Websites being slow is perhaps the most common problem every website administrator, and developers run into. If they are extremely unlucky, then see this problem only in their production environment. Many troubleshooting techniques...

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Jan 06, 2014

One of the questions the HDInsight team sees a lot is a variation of the question “How do I figure out what went wrong when something does go wrong?” If you are familiar with Hadoop, you are probably also familiar...

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Jan 03, 2014

Editing a small piece of code, or change in configuration file is perhaps the most common thing for a developer to do while testing the site, or even when the site is live for production traffic. When you host in with some hosting...

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Jan 03, 2014

The December 2012 IIS community newsletter has been published! http://www.iisnewsletter.com/archive/december2012.html Enjoy, Steve

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Jan 03, 2014

People do want to remove this header as a part of some of their security audit that claims to know the server software running their site, and that knowledge will make an attacker craft malicious attacks known for that server...

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